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Canada on the World Stage

Why Should I Care?

Monday, 26 January 2015 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EST)

Canada on the World Stage

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Canada's role on the world stage is ever changing. From its early independence in WWI to becoming an economic powerhouse as part of the G7 we are now experiencing a different country. We nurtured a global image as peace keepers and socially conscious capitalists. Recently we were presented with the fossil award as the least productive country in world climate talks. Is this change real and fair? Is it what we want to become? What are the impacts of our current actions on our future?

Dr. Alan Chapnick, Associate Professor at the Canadian Forces College, and Paul Kirkconnell, Managing Direct at The Kirchner Group, will be discussing how Canada’s place in the world has evolved over time and the impact it has on our military, foreign policy, and business community. 

Join us on January 26th at the Pilot (22 Cumberland) on the second floor for an informative discussion about Canada’s place on the global stage and how it impacts our public policies and businesses.  

Doors open at 7:00pm. Discussion starts promptly at 7:30.  

 

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The Pilot
22 Cumberland Street
Toronto, ON M4W 1J5
Canada

Monday, 26 January 2015 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EST)


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Why Should I Care?

Why Should I Care? is a grassroots, community based organization committed to engaging citizens on topics that concern them.

Our mission is to provide an accessible forum where Canadians can discuss, debate, and learn about political issues that affect us all.  By focusing on topics and not ideologies, we break the taboo of discussing politics at the dinner table.

Over beer and food we learn, share, experience, and take action as both Canadians, and members of a broader community.

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